Adopting a pet was one of 2020’s biggest trends. According to PAWS Chicago, in the past year, 4,100 animals, 1,958 dogs, and 2,142 cats have found their forever homes, and the pandemic is to thank.
For more than eight years, Maicheal “Mike” Estepaniance has been lead doorman at The Chandler, 450 E. Waterside Drive, serving Lakeshore East residents with an easygoing attitude, and a sturdy and safe disposition.
It’s been almost three months since the COVID-19 vaccine rolled into town, giving Chicagoans their social lives, the movies, time with their loved ones and, in a nutshell, their freedom back.
Urban Dictionary defines a plant parent as a person who thinks of their plants the way others think about their pets or children. The house plant fad has popped back up in the past few years and now Millennials are devoting their lives and instagram feeds to their shrubs.
Spring is time for renewal, change, and most importantly, growth and several businesses that have taken root during the storm of the pandemic are ready to sprout with the help of the community.
For 29 years, James Forrest has greeted the residents of Streeterville’s CityFront Place Court with nothing short of a warm smile and a genuine devotion to making sure everyone feels satisfied and welcomed.
Between self-care, pet care, and an influx of in-home purchases, the people of 2021 are in search of wellness, simplification, and overall improvement, beginning within the home.
Willy Jones, or Will Jones on the job, is a man of many talents. From traveling around the country playing blues, rock and R&B with numerous bands to styling the hair of big-shot celebrities such as Ice-T and other rappers for 25 years, Jones is as charismatic as he is well-humored and n…
“If you take care of the job, the job will take care of you,” are not only words but actions 38-year-old Antoine Lawrence lives by after 16 years of working at The Grand Ohio Condominiums, 211 E. Ohio St.